Cyberloafing and cyberslacking in the workplace: systematic literature review of past achievements and future promises
Journal article, Peer reviewed
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Original versionInternet Research. 2021, . 10.1108/INTR-06-2020-0332
– Scholars are increasingly focusing on the adverse effects of digitization on human lives in personal and professional contexts. Cyberloafing is one such effect and digitization-related workplace behavior that has garnered attention in both academic and mainstream media. However, the existing literature is fragmented and needs to be consolidated to generate a comprehensive and contemporary overview of cyberloafing research and map its current intellectual boundaries. The purpose of this paper is to shed some light on systematic literature review (SLR) in cyberloafing and cyberslacking in the workplace.